Applying linguistic theory to speech-language pathology: the case for nonlinear phonology. Bernhardt, B. H. and Gilbert, J Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 6(1-2):123-145.
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Application of knowledge from many related fields benefits the practice of speech-language pathology. In the past 20 years, linguistic theory has provided a rich knowledge base of application. Phonological theories have provided frameworks for the description of the speech of unintelligible children in terms of coherent phonological systems, thus facilitating logical goal-setting for intervention. This paper suggests some of the possible implications of current nonlinear phonological frameworks for developmental phonology, and gives an example of clinical application.
@article{bernhardt_applying_1992,
	Author = {Bernhardt, Barbara Handford and Gilbert, J},
	Date = {1992},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-24 18:55:59 +0000},
	Journal = {Clinical Linguistics \& Phonetics},
	Keywords = {clinical, clinical phonology},
	Number = {1-2},
	Pages = {123-145},
	Title = {Applying linguistic theory to speech-language pathology: the case for nonlinear phonology},
	Volume = {6},
	Abstract = {Application of knowledge from many related fields benefits the practice of speech-language pathology. In the past 20 years, linguistic theory has provided a rich knowledge base of application. Phonological theories have provided frameworks for the description of the speech of unintelligible children in terms of coherent phonological systems, thus facilitating logical goal-setting for intervention. This paper suggests some of the possible implications of current nonlinear phonological frameworks for developmental phonology, and gives an example of clinical application.}}
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